Chapter Ten Kreacher’s Tale (Daily Ch by Ch review of Deathly Hallows)

Everyone has a story, even Kreacher the ill-will house elf. Here, in chapter ten, we learn the extent of creature’s involvement in the hiding of the horcruxes at the hand of Voldermort. Truly, Kreacher is an example of slavery at its basest. He is a servant to both the Dark Lord, and Regulus and Sirius. He seems to be torn between his instinctive loyalty between the three. The one who has treated him the worst was actually Sirius. It was Regulus who sacrificed himself and looked out for Kreacher’s safety, even as he died beneath the water in the cave. Kreacher is left with a sad story and a torn up conscience, which explains his demeanor to this point.

What do you think of chapter ten?

 

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One thought on “Chapter Ten Kreacher’s Tale (Daily Ch by Ch review of Deathly Hallows)

  1. I was always sad to see Harry imitate Siruis and treat Kreacher so badly. I loved Kreacher’s story. I liked seeing that the house elf had been a bit of hero. And it took so little kindness on Harry’s part to make Kreacher as loyal to Harry as he was to Regulus. A little bit of a lesson for all of us there.

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